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    How to Avoid Abrasive wear with MOOG Ball Joints

    How to avoid abrasive wear and corrosion in yet another new MOOG video on ball joints

    October
    3
    2019

    How to check your car for vibrations

    It’s normal for your car to vibrate slightly when you’re driving thanks to the rotation of the crankshaft, transmission gears and other moving parts in your engine. But, when these gentle vibrations feel more like shaking, it’s time to investigate the reasons why. How to check your car for vibrations The most common reasons for …

    August
    30
    2019

    Is Double Wishbone Suspension Best For Your Car?

    Do you want the short answer or the long one? The short answer is some cars have a smoother ride with double wishbone suspension, but that’s not true for all cars. It depends on your make and model. The long answer explains the reasons why the answer isn’t a clear yes or no. Want to …

    July
    31
    2019

    Wheel End Bearings with ABS functionality

    Wheel End Bearings often have impulse wheels which allow sensors to send a signal to the car’s ECU (Electronic Control Unit). The ECU calculates the wheel rotational speed based on this signal.

    December
    17
    2018

    Torque and Gun tips and trouble tracing

    A torque value is the applied turning force when tightening a nut or bolt.

    April
    2
    2018

    Ball joints Jeep Grand Cherokee

    The Original Equipment ball joint for the Jeep is a complete unit which is not designed to be adjustable for caster and camber. This means they must be replaced every time the alignment angle changes.

    March
    7
    2018

    Wishbones replacement BMW

    When replacing wishbones on the BMW 3-series E46, it’s usually necessary to fit both wishbones and rear bushings, which are supplied separately.

    February
    7
    2018

    Fitting tip for the front axle stabilizer link bar for the popular Toyota Yaris

    MOOG part number TO-LS-4733 is supplied with the rubber bushes and washers which are assembled in a specific sequence for correct fitment.

    January
    16
    2018

    Replacement of rubber to metal components made easy

    Replacing the rubber-to-metal components on a vehicle’s axle can be a challenging and time consuming exercise. Not every workshop has a hydraulic press to hand to enable an ef cient and swift job.

    January
    10
    2018

    Diagnosis of worn wheel end bearings

    Wheel end bearings are vital components of a car. They are crucial for safe, quit operation, minimising rolling resistance and assuring proper ABS function. On average the replacement cycle is around 150.000 Km. This is only a rule of thumb, the lifetime of wheel end bearings is negatively impacted by:

    January
    2
    2018